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MONUMENT NO. 9751

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Earthwork remains of a medieval dispersed settlement and an associated kiln at Long Intakes, Little Langdale. It includes the remains of a building with enclosures to the north and west and a roadway to the east. The building appears to have been subdivided into three or four rooms. The kiln is built into a rise in the ground at the foot of Hollin Crag and comprises a circular stone-built structure. It may have served as a corn drying kiln.

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